ndm (KIi. and Sh. the same), maw, I, 5 ; II, 5 ; nam or nfim «^M is used to form
the superlative, 134 137, see dl.
ndm, false (of an accusation) , II, 1.
nan (Kh. and Sh. the same), pronoun, that : a-fidn, that (subst.), II, 7 ; 240 ;
dn-ndn klidm> that word, II, 15 ; d-ndn tun, that tree, 230; d-ndn khan, the
price of that, 232 ; tirndn run., that house, 233 ; pit nan, on account of that,
nan (Kb. and Sh. the same), to sleep (H.).
ndng for ndng (I, 20) , see fifing.
ndng (Kh., Sh. and Siamese the same), to sit, III, 45 M; 70-; «««$ », Is
ndng (Kh. and Sh. the same\ adj, of what sort? ; III, 12, 22 ; like that, III, 1 ;
adv., as ; $ii-nung-na*, on-account-of as this, in order that, I, 45.
ndnfft a girl, II, lu ; 131.
ndng (Kh., Sh. and Siamese the same), a man's younger brother (I, 4, 53 ; 49)
or sister ; nung-mdn, a younger brother, I, 37 ; 231 ; nong-nung (II, 9 ; 5:31 j
or niing-ndng (50), a younger sister ; pi-ndng, a younger brother (I, 3) ;
ndng-*ha'ij an adult younger sisters II, 15, 16; 225.
ftang (Kh. and Sh. ydng ; also written jdng> I, 14, see jdng), to be, continue,
168 — 170 ; Fres., ndng> (the saddle) is (in the house), 226 ; used as a particle
to denote continuance, au-rdp-dai-ftanff, take bind possess continue, keep,
retain (imperat ) (here wrongly written ndng)9 13 20,
nan (Siamese and Lao the same), cold (H.).
nga (? Sh. nydn, castrated), in pe-nga, a goat, 150 ; in Sh, pe-ngdn is ' a he-goat *
ngdk (Kh. and Sk the wm©)j crooked (H.).
nffcm (Kh. and Sh. the same), light, brilliancy, III, 21.
ngl, in tu-ngl, a deer, 153 — 155.
ngit the youngefj in luk-nffi, a younger child, I, 13 5.
ngin (Sh. the- same), to hear ; ngfa, he heard, If 35.
ngwn (Kh, and Sh. the same ; Siamese ngon), silTer, 46.
nl> far, distant, I, 22 ; 224.
nik, in nik-chd, alas, 100.
niu (Kh. liu, Sh niw), a finger ; MW, on (his) finger, I, 28.
no or nu (Kh. and Sh. ww), above, on ; no-ro, abore the head, against, 1, 19, 25 ;
tw-nu, on the tree, II, 18 ; no long man, on his back, 221? ; nu doit on the
top of a bill, 229 ; no ma-lung s on a horse, 230.
noi (Sh. the same)s small ; d-nan run noi3 that small house, 233.
niit see no,
nuk (Kh. and Sh. the same, Siamese nok), a bird, 76 ; nuk-tu3 a dove.
nung (Kh. and Sh. the same), to put on (clothes) ; ntmg-tdng, put on (©lothes, dto.)
(imperat.)^ I, 27 (bis), 28.
#u»ff (Kb., Sh, and Siamese ying)t a female, a woman, 52 ; used as a suffix or prefix
denoting sex of human beings ; the corresponding masculine suffix is man
(Kh. and Sh, chai), or lik; khd-ffung, a female servant, I5 16; n£ng-niingt IJ,
9 ; 231 or niing-ndng, 50, a sister ; litk-tiifag, a daughter, 50, 110—118.
i an ant (H.).